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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 November 1910

every descrip | in short notice. %. ' T IjiniiiiTirwwi Advertising • if." r «ss rs an essential to any business.... Qpfice of Publication on Hiram Street "The Newspaper for the People" fl.00 A YEAR^lN ADVANCE Vol. XI Atlanta, C^ss County Texas Thursday. November 3, 1910 E. W. KING f NOTARY PUBLIC FOR CASS COUNTY All kinds of Notary work solicited Blanks furnished. ATLANTA. TEXAS 1" '• * •'' wm GETTING DOWN TO BRASS TACKS Not long since aJsocialisl iter hit- the "piny woods,, of Texas and at ope? bfgan, to spread strife and/d;s$^f&bhng- the renters and land owners. Daring one of his trials he raved hia ovsrn landless condition wickedness inherent in ownership-of "God ?s An old lavn^er sitting in the audiance at, once and offered the speaker a acres of timbered land an ax free of charge if he lid settle on the ground, build )lf a house from the trees ^ and fence a field and pay the land out of the proceeds of the cordwood he might sell I his clearings. "H—l" re- the spoutfr derisi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 November 1910

THE ATLANTA NEWS ATLANTA, TEXAS The fish is the real father of lies. There will continue to be more weather than aeroplanes in the high- er altitudes. Now we are told that flat ilfe will cause us to round out existence in a lunatic asylum. * / Cincinnati surgeons are going to amputate a citizen's six-inch nose, but not by keeping it on the grindstone. For some time to come, "however, the popular way of crossing the Alps wilt be by means of the tunnel under them. Good old authority says that it's impossible to tell all the stars, but Uncle Sam's experts have catalogued them. It is reported from New Jersey that a cqw wrecked an aeroplane. It must have been the same cow that jumped over the moon. Sometimes It does seem that every- body in the world Is calling every- body else a liar, and nobody knows whom to believe. £ Tx m The average driver of a sprinkling cart, as perhaps you have observed, always becomes fiendishly active just befere a heavy rainstorm. And if you do find baseball I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 November 1910

- HELPS MJftf ROBERTS ❖ RINZHART tLUUSTRATfOHS BY t^MCM «* MBMfMMItSo* T ar \' \ * SYNOPSIS. Miss Innes, spinster and guardian ot Oertrude and Halsey, established summer headquarters at Sunnyside. Amidst nu- merous difficulties the servants deserted. Aa Miss Sniies locked up for thi night, eilie was startled by a dark figure on the veranda. She passed a terrible night, which was Ailed with unseemly noises. in the • morning Miss Innes found a •strange link cuff button in a clothes hamper. Gertrude and Halsey arrived with Jack Bailey. The house was awak- ened by a revolver shot. A strange man was found shot tw death in the ball. It proved -to be the body of Arnold Arm- otrong, whose banker father owned the country house. Miss Innes found Hal- aey's revolver on the lawn. He and Jack Bailey had .disappeared. The link cuff tout ton mysteriously disappeared. De- tective Janyeson and the coroner arrived. Oertrude revealed that she was engaged to Jack Bailey, with whom she had talked1'Tn th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 November 1910

B@$-- m ATLANTA NE>VS BY FLOYD JSOlwAN ■' 'I SUBSCRIPTION ?1.00 PER ANNUM Entered %t the postoffice at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail DISPLAY ADVERTISING 8ingle insertion per inch - 10e Six months or more- 7 l-2c All ads. run and charged for until ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line 8c Notice All advertising copy slioold be in this office not latter than Wednesday Boon. r./JB Church and society notices are given free insertion, but must be handed in before Wednesday- Obituaries and cards of thanks will be charged for at the rate„of 2 cents a '"Si, poetry or verse accepted for publication, unless the editor should drop into rhyme. ' Country correspondents should get their letters in early in the week. Avoid silly neighborhood notes. If you have some important neighbor- hood happening to report, such as deaths, births* 1 .ik vVA*:-- K. OF P. LODGE Meets 1st ami 3rd Saturday uigbts iu each month. At' members, nd visitors are invite# to attend (■ E N...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 November 1910

-—— -V- W*T WWW" And forking bard. Brings as your clothes and tefrfus fix them, or Phoae 56 and we will send^or tbem.... .. have a nice lot of f ampler ^1 and winterclothing. Come and |?i,us order jou a nicest. W* clean and press ladije^ skirts. If you like our work tert; other people. If not. tell ris. V Yoiirs for •' 1 business, • by 8. F. Ellington and Company Ji-;' m- W^Mi; mm SH --j— personals Go to McWilliams, ' ' > • • Sweaters^ for aUat Eramberfc's. Mrs. Nevilles away for a few walks visit at Marshall. Over Goats $2 00 and up at Erambert's. Mrs, T. 8. Brown visited in Queen City Monday, Plenty of Onion Sets at W. A. Howe's. 8. E. Donalson and family moved to Vivian', La. this week. $or th| best hams in the city go to A*C. Smith . ' ; - pi Nice new line of Bibles and at the City Book :• 4k ' P "a Lachle has gone to toattfcnd the Fair cow, apply Hughes, i* iiPlP Mrs, N. A. Hansy, of Faulk, tha guest ot Mrs. M. P. line of cook stoves at ith's, A A, 0. ■■iVPHPII Dr. Ben Middl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 November 1910

\SUBM4 Slightly Mixed. Two Englishmen were resting at the Red Home Inn at Stratford-on-Avon. One of them discovered a print pictur- ing a low, tumbling building ^under-, neath which was printed: "The Housfe' in Which Shakespeare Was Born." Turning to his friend in mild surprise he pointed to the print His friend exhibited equal surprise and called a waiter, who assured them of the ac- curacy of the inscription. 44 'Pon my word," said the observing Englishman, shaking his head dubious- ly. "I thought he was born in a man- Cer!" w- NCLE SAM'S newest and most interesting subma- rine boat, the Salmon, is an object of interna- tional interest just now and is hailed on both sides of the Atlantic as the most remarkable submarine boat in the worid. This fame is due «o the Salmon's recent record-breaking •crv^se from the Atlantic coast to Ber- muda and return—a deep-sea voyage such as has had no parallel in the his- tory of under water craft. The cruise to Bermuda was not only the first crui...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 November 1910

Ribbon Effects ;• \ Ps -m I i Y1 j | | BUR-' Jr- : * '% §S§J MrorTTi 1 I m f i - i * 5'' ra ? •A By JULIA BOTTOM LEY. NOTHINQ is prettier in ribbon ar- rangements than a bow and ends In simple or in elaborate designs. But one may not always arrive at the desired effect by the use of bows. A shape may be modified or changed In appearance by building it In one direction or another with ribbon ar- ranged In loops. Flower forms may be copied or simulated, and nothing is more fashionable than small, com- pact roses and foliage made of rib- bon. * ?. •: ? ''v V.T These examples are given here of ribbon in unusual arrangements. In the first a cap-like shape covered with big velvet poppies is lengthened at the back with wired loops of heavy satin ribbon. These bows redeem the shape, lifting it from the common- place into one of those which the French have described as "the fleeting pre file" shapes. They are full of GIRL'S OUTING COSTUME This pretty costume, designed espe- cially for boatin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 November 1910

* TiT * '**■ , ' of Km. Bar* Are Down For Birds From Every Section. HEW BUILDING IS ERECTED 61? Chicken Show Promises to be Greatesl in History of Great Louisiana State Fair. Hundreds of Premiums Offered and Thousands Coming. Who doesn't like chicken? The man, woman or child who will answer in ■the ■ negative has probably not been born. If you like chicken and have the space on which to raise a few, and Buibh room isn't required under some systems, you will be interested in the great poultry show that is to be one of the chi$f features of the Louisiana State Fair, which is to last through ten days this year, November 2 to 11, l&culsive. The whole fair is to be one of the best ever held in the South and as much time is being given and as much money spent on the poultry exhibits In proportion to their great- ness, and they are to be great, too, as any others at the fair. The new poultry building at the fair grounds is 140 feet long and 38 feet wide. It is one of the best for the p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 November 1910

Job Printing of every descrip in aKort notice. THE Advertising* ia 'an essential to any business.... Office of Publication on Hiram Street "The Newspaper for the People" *1.00 A YEARiIN ADVANCE Vol. XI Atlanta, Cass County Texas Thursday, November 1 <>, 1910 No. 13, E W. KING notary public for CASS COUNTY All kinds of Notary work solicitrr Blanks furnished. ATLANTA, TEXAS ■■■ ■ _ ' j ■ '■ ■ CALL TO MEET AT SHERMAN THE FOURTH ANNUAL MEETING OF RED RIVER tMtyiGATlON ASSOCIATION LARGE DELEGATION ASKED Congressman Morris Shep- pard Calls the Session to Be Held in the City of Sherman on Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 15 andJ16 AND Texarkana, Tex. Oct. 31—Coil pressman Morris Sheppard, as pressident of the Red River Im- provement Association has issu ed the following call: "Texarkaua, Tex Oct. 29- The fourth regular meeting of the Red River Improvement Asso eiation is hereby called to assem ble at Sherman, Texas, on Tues- day and Wednesday, November 16 and IQ, 1910 All mayors, county j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 November 1910

mmp ftaaee?- jAsBnW, ■ THE ATLANTA NEWS -fv AT LA NT A, TEXAS ▲ mustache can come back. The frost Is on the Sunday school picnic. It will take a snow storm to do •way with straw hats. Outside the slight chill of this weather, can you beat it? The best of aviators often come 4own when they least expect to. While the aeroplane is still in its Infancy, it is a very husky infant Guess they will discard the hobble skirt now. Fashion says it's passe. In the matter of Joy-riding it is be- soming harder than ever to tell a steal from a borrow. Aeroplane flights and balloon races ■re fascinating, but think how good the walking is! If the world is going Insane, some modern music must be consciously written for the future. K your digestion is bad it's because you lack "sand." A spoonful with each meal, says the doctor Boys 1& Chicago-public schools are to take up sewing. Why assume bachelorhood for them so early in the 4ay? Not all men are poets, says a re- viewer of current verse. Now, if...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 November 1910

I •> 55 -. > ■ - «■ •,:Ji W(f ■ |§§^ **#'•«j ■■■■■ lam's Vegetable Compound Black Duck, Minn.—"About a year T—ite you that I was sick and | could not do any of ' my housework. My sickness was called Retroflexion- When 1 would sit down I felt as if I could not get up. 1 took Lydia E. Pinkham'i vegetable Com. pound and did just as you told me and now I am perfectly cured, and have a big baby boj^— rs. Anna Andebsojt, uck, Minj . Box If Consider This Advice. Sj No woman ^hotSld submit to a surgi- cal operation, which may mean death, [until she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's eppetafble^ Compound, made exclusive* «om root? and herbs, a fair trial. - i This famous medicine for women has for thirty years proved to be the it valuable tonic and invi gorator of . female organism. Women resicU f in almost every city and fown in United States bear willing teBti- uony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia 5. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It cures female ills, and creates radi- ant, buoyant female...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 November 1910

== THE ATLANTA XfcWS BY FLOYD NORMAN SUBSOBZPTION §1.00 PEK ANNUM Entered at the postoffice at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch * •■■••10c Si* months or more. 7 l-2c All ads. ran and charged for until ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Bach Insertion, per line -5c Notice All advertising copy should be in this office not latter than Wednesday noon. Church and society notices are eiyen free insertion, but must be handed m beOWtuIri^Md*c rd8 of thanks will be charged torat the jate.'of 2;cents a line. No poetry or verse accepted for publication, unless the editor should Cointiy corrMjpsudenta should get their letters in , early in the week. Avoid silly neighborhood notw. If you have some important neighbor- hood happening to report, such as deaths, births, marriages, meeting. THE CLOUDS ON THE CHRI8TMAS JOY The thing we call the Christ- mas spirt sweeps annually across the world, lifting for a beautiful day the cold prose heart of m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 November 1910

DEAF TO CALL OF THE TUB m. m m i iigjg hi ~$k< ? *"£: •- .v id J f; :v>: V' 1§££M'. Scotch Miners Evince Little Enthu- siasm Over Offer of Free Bath- ing Facilities. * A coal company of Dunfermline in Scotland has proposed to provide bathing accommodations for its em- ployes which they can make use of after leaving the mines when their work is completed. A miner is apt in the pursuance of bis labor to become more or less ; dirty, so the innovation of such : baths on the part . of the coal com- i panv ought to merit much appreeia- i tion as tending to bring its em- ployes nearer to the quality of godli- ness. But no! There is doubt that the miners will accept the concession, many of them having already re- fused to bathe in the manner pre- scribed by their employers. Only 250 out of 1,500 miners have evinced their willingness to take advantage of the bathing accommodations.— Van ISTorden's Magazine. WHISKEY AND THE GOSPEL. Capt, Tracey, who lived in Ken- tucky, was a good old H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 November 1910

_ llPPPlW' V ■brhk ^^mgmKagmsBggm ■ m -^PSE® 4? fc-^*'Jj$fl PRESIDENT OF PORTUGAL Theophile Braga, provisional president of Por- tugal, In an Interview, emphasizes what he calls the "philosophical" source of the revolution. The men who have been spreading the doc- trines of republicanism, he says, are professors, mathematicians, writers and generally men of learning. The result, he things, i§, first of all, a victory for the cause of "education"—an effort to restore the Portuguese people to the intellectual rank lost for so long a time. "It is our aim," he says, "to show the Portu- guese as a race/of'the elite, both physically and Intellectually. It is our greatest honor by an ad- mirable revolution to demonstrate to the world that the Portuguese are worthy of their ances- tors." • ■ „ , . From the names announced of the provisional iv r? m* B MARY ROBERTS ❖ MNEHART ILWSTXATiOm BY Rfy/A/n-Rj- WYfuctiJ noa &Y £06AS -natnu/ca. J i SYNOPSIS. Miss Innes, spinster and guardian of Ger...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 November 1910

3?g Parisian Fancies THE gown at the left is of smoke gray and yellow mousseline d6 fioie made up over yellow liberty, the two thin materials being used to- gether!—the gray over the yellow in charming effect. The corsage forms a part of fichu !>ordered with a little ruffle. It is trimmed with embroidered bands and ■traps of gray mousseline de soie, and crosses in front and is finished with a narrow girdle and a large ros- ) of yellow glace taffeta. The plas- i is of yellow mousseline de soie tucked crosswise and trimmed with fine and Irish lace. The skirt is gath- ered at the top and bottom, where it is drawn in with ruffles and em- broidered bands. The other gown is of black mousseline de soie made up over red liberty. The corsage and sleeves are cut together and trimmed with plaited ruffles of the mousseline. de soie edged with black liberty ribbons. The plastron is 'of red mousseline de soie tucked crosswise* and ornamented with tiny red passementerie buttons. The knots and g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 November 1910

Jes- ■</.< 'M Sfjsll vV--l * •-i: '. i, -• IX '■ - ^g,. Wmi mu % •/' *' - . pi mm i PI P ■ (^Uretj Direlopy BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p; m.—Elder J. M. Mizzell, Pastor. Snhday School 10 a. m,—A. Miles, Superintendent, E. Florence, Sec. Junior Union 5 p. m.—Miss Monte Johnson, President;Mrs. J.M. Mizzell, Leader. Ladies Aid Society First and Third Mondys, 4 p m —Mrs. E. A. Jackson, President; Mxs. S. F. Cai^eron, Sec. Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 8 p. m. ME.rHURCH. Rev R- L Pyo , Psi-t r. Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sab- bath, morning and evening. Prayermeeting Friday evening 7:15. Sabbath School 10 a, m. every Sun- tay. -- • • -• - Everyone cordially invited to at- tend the services TIME TABLE T. & P. K. R. WEST BOUND No, J.. 7:41 a. m. " 3 1:46 a. m. " 5 1:22 p. nv " 105 3:24 p. m. EAST BOUND No. 2.. 7:39 p. m. " 4 3:06 a. m. " 6 2:45 p.m. «« 104 4:03 a. m. T. A. & L. B. R. / Train leaves Atlanta 8.25 ga. 3.15 p Returning leaves B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 November 1910

Bs@t V \ ' / ' .7* ' * •' A Ja* *S. V & - '?' " ■' " Job Printing of every descrip in short notice. "V Advertising'. is an essential to any business..!!' liiW Office of Publication qitHiiJam Street "The for the people " ■I' MP $1.00 A YEAR:IN ADVANCE Vol. XI til*; Atlanta, Cftss County Texas Tfwrsday. November 17,19Ml ***** E. W. KING NOTARY PUBLIC FOR CA.SS COUNTY All kinds of Notary work soUctiM Blanks furnished. ATLANTA. TEXAS $ ANXIETY IS FELT AT ROCK SPRINGS OVER WILD RUMOR! g Report That Party of Armed Mexicajis is About to At-1 tack Towns Causes Con-1 siderable Nervousness. ! MMaaiilaaMMMrilMM WE HAVE A HOUSE PACKED FULL fir BRAN NEW STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOOD, SHOES, NOTIONS, CLOTHINf, HATS, CAPS, GLOVES, ETC. that we must «3§ f ' 8an Anfonio, Nov. 17—A leng distance telephone message to ho Exp raas from Rock Springs said the re was considerable ner- vousness^ that town, duo to word received from the Sheriff from DeL Rio that a party of armed Mnxieans were making their wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 November 1910

m- THE ATLANTA NEWS By flOYD NORMAN ATLANTA, TEXAS '(M SFy Why doesn't Zeppelin experiment 4rith submarines? New York continues to grow In •very way but good. > ' There Is hope, indeed. Nevada has ■hut down on gambling. If Count Zeppelin isn't discouraged, lxave you any reason to be? Aeroplanes are good for round shoulders and hollow chests. These are golden days for the rail- roads, as well as the farmers. A number of London people have Appendicitis. That's one style we set, anyhow. An Englishman has invented a tri- plane. We presume It falls three times as hard. A $10,000,000 shoe corporation has been formed in Massachusetts. Now watch the cowhide. <— New York spends $35,000,000 a year on charity, and even at that New York is a bad place to go broke In. Poughkeepsie court enjoins a hus- band from speaking to his wife for 30 days. Now stand aside and listen to |«rlfle! New York paper claims "4,700,000 souls" for New York. Nonsense! The census showed only that number ©f people...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 November 1910

(N THAT DIAGNOSIS §<; Fhyalcfan'a Method May Have Been Ail Right, but Here He was at Pault. We are told that the latest sensa- tion in the medical world is the asser- lion of a doctor that he is able, by looking into a patient's eye, to make an accurate diagnosis of the complaint which the patient is suffering. But la *his really as novel as it Is supposed to be? I recollect hearing some time ago of a doctor who said to a patient nrho was under examination: "I can •ee by the appearance of your right •ye what is the matter with you. You «re suffering from liver."* "My right eye?" asked the patient "Yes," returned the doctor. 'It shows me plainly that your liver is out of order." "Excuse me, doctor," said the pa- tient, apologetically. "My right eye's « glass one." One of the Best Rest Cures. I Is a good story. To many women It is as good as * trip away from home. When you are tired out and your Serves are on edge, try going off by yourself and losing yourself in some good story. Y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 November 1910

mm * ■ * p|ii|fi i§gp - r- m m i A • ' ->* mi ;■> •;. - jgW§ •• - > - fe Jt :v - : * ■Wh THE ATLANTA NEWS BY FLOYD NORMAN SUBSCRIPTION 91.00 PER ANNUM «SbmSS5=S=SS===S!==!!===9==!=S!9 Entered at the postoffice at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail 'f;;. V. - j gaaftgMtfMji Y ADVERTISING f tier Inch -4 10c 8Emb^~«;a£re -I — All ads. nm and < harged for until ordered dit continued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line.w........... ~5C Notice All adverfci^nj copy should be in this office not iatter than Wednesday noon. :i . Church andsopiety notices are given free insertion, bat mast be handed in before Wednesday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will be charged for'at the rate of 2 cents a line, No poetry or verse accepted for publication, unless the editor should ^ount^coT^espondehts should get their letters in ear^y in the week. Avoid rflly neighborhood notes. If you have some important neighbor- hood happening to report, such as deaths, births, marriages, meeting. ...

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